Adjustable height and a 500-pound capacity. Suitable for heavy-duty tasks. Does not tip over as some lighter roller stands do. Stays in one place thanks to non-skid feet.
People who have owned previous editions of this product occasionally voice disappointment with the quality of this version.
A lightweight support with a roller, bearings, and a flat plate for a low cost. Great for light-duty DIY tasks. Folds flat for easy storage.
Load rating not given; may only be 100 pounds. Inconsistent build quality.
Stable with non-slip feet. Powder-coated finish. Works with band saws, table saws, and more thanks to its adjustability.
It's not up to some of the extremely heavy-duty work that roller stands with higher weight limits can handle.
Height is adjustable. The tubes and feet are capped with rubberized plastic. Cost is low.
While working, some owners say the legs may begin to shut.
Extremely durable cast steel build. Height is easy to adjust. Design is suited for working with long materials. Rollers are coated in chrome.
Some owners report receiving units with missing components and no protective rubber caps on the feet.
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